Japan’s largest mobile carrier, none other than NTT DoCoMo, will have some really cool stuff to showcase at MWC 2010 (15 – 18 February, Barcelona).
First of all, according to IDG, DoCoMo will showcase an LTE phone prototype. It’s not clear yet which company is the phone’s manufacturer, but it might be NEC, Fujitsu or Panasonic.
DoCoMo will also present: an eco-friendly TOUCH WOOD phone (which is made with real wood), a solar-powered phone, “a headset with eye-controlled interface that converts eye movements into system commands”, voice input mail service, and “NFC technologies for quick touch-and-go mobile transactions at payment terminals.”
NTT DoCoMo plans to launch LTE services across Japan before the end of 2010 – just like Verizon in the US.
Via Press release
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